DURHAM, N.C. - Vicki Krapohl scored 18, and Monique Currie tied a school with 12 assists in second-ranked Duke's 81-41 victory Saturday - its 23rd straight over Georgia Tech.
Alana Beard added 15 points as the Blue Devils (18-3, 9-1 ACC) rebounded from an 80-74 loss Wednesday to Florida State - Duke's first in the ACC in nearly three years.
Krapohl had 15 of her points as Duke marched to a 49-16 lead at the break. Currie is the third Duke player with 12 assists in a game. The Blue Devils took a 23-3 lead.
Injured All-ACC forward Iciss Tillis approached Krapohl, a senior making just her second start this season, before the game and offered encouragement.
"She told me I would get 12 points today," Krapohl said. "She looked me right in the eye and said I would get four 3s." And she did, in the first 18 minutes.
Fallon Stokes scored 15 to lead Georgia Tech (11-11, 2-8), which lost its third straight.
NO. 3 TEXAS 75, OKLAHOMA ST. 52: Heather Schreiber scored 19 to help the visiting Longhorns stake a claim to the nation's top ranking.
Texas, which hasn't been No. 1 since December 1987, could take that spot in the new rankings Monday because top-ranked Tennessee and No. 2 Duke lost last week.
Jamie Carey added 13 points as Texas (21-2, 9-1 Big 12) won its seventh straight. Trisha Skibbe had 15 points for Oklahoma State (8-13, 3-7).
ARIZ. ST. 73, NO. 7 STANFORD 53: Jenny Thigpin had 16 of her career-high 18 points in the second half for the host Sun Devils. The Cardinal lost its second straight.
"This game has just been on my mind all week, and I wanted this one so bad," said Thigpin, who also had a season-high seven rebounds. "I mean, we just went in and played hard."
Emily Westerberg added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Sun Devils (15-6, 9-3 Pac-10), who rallied from a 13-point deficit to win their fifth straight.
Nicole Powell had 22 points and 15 rebounds for the Cardinal (17-5, 10-3).
NO. 8 LA. TECH 89, NEVADA 57: Amisha Carter had 24 points and 11 rebounds to lead the host Techsters to their ninth consecutive victory. Amber Obaze added 17 points and Trina Frierson 15 for the Techsters (17-2, 10-1 WAC). April Bankston and Jocelyn Mancebo scored 18 each for Nevada (3-18, 2-9).
NO. 25 SW MISSOURI ST. 68, NORTHERN IOWA 54: Kari Koch scored 21 to lead the host Bears to their 17th straight victory.
Koch had six of her points in the final few minutes, and Meg Tierney finished with 13 for Southwest Missouri (19-1, 10-0 MVC).
Alex Cook led Northern Iowa (8-12, 4-7) with 14 points.
LIPSCOMB 62, UCF 51: Sophomore center Katie Beth Pate scored 28 and had 20 rebounds for the visiting Bisons, their third consecutive win over the Golden Knights.
NOVA SE 76, TAMPA 63: The host Knights got a game-high 29 points from senior center Jessie Pate.